Officials at Malawi Defense Force (MDF) - Phalombe camp have asked government for a permanent water treatment plant so that soldiers can access potable water.
Centre for Social Concern (CfSC) says government should consider trickling down of relevant information on development to district councils to spur transparency and accountability.
Phalombe District Council has issued a stop order restraining one of the commercial banks from continuing with the process of paying a private secondary school under the Constituency Development Fund (CDF) Bursary for Phalombe South Constituency.
Former officers for the defunct Malawi Young Pioneers (MYP) have given government two weeks to respond to their concerns bordering on terminal benefits and failure which they will stage demonstrations.
People of Chingale in Zomba have taken a swipe at authorities for failure to address water challenges, years after a contractor abandoned rehabilitation works of a gravity fed water scheme in 2013.
Adult literacy instructors have taken a swipe at government over the delay to disburse the honoraria arrears.
Some livestock farmers in Phalombe have urged authorities to swiftly intervene on the disease which is attacking cattle in the district.
Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) has bemoaned delay by the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) to investigate alleged corrupt practices which the Coalition has been reporting to the Bureau.
Communities living around Mpinda ADMARC depot in Phalombe have expressed worry over rotten discolored maize which officers are selling at the depot.